CrossTie profiles ("tie files") are a recipe used to tell CrossOver 10.0 and later how to install a given application package. They are rather complex and the following is a set of technical pages and documentation on the CrossTie file format.
This data is organized in layers (for lack of a better term). The data types are documented on their own page. Then each layer is documented on its own page:
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